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Life's not easy when you're living in the shadow of your famous parents. Can shy Yura, the daughter of an award-winning composer and a world-renowned actress, find the courage to step out on her own now that her super-celebrity parents are getting divorced?
ハニーハント Đi Tìm Yêu Thương 猎梦甜心 Honey Hunt 猎梦甜心 Love Lesson 1
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Skip beat! > Honey hunt
It does kinda seem like skip beat... only not as interesting. It would be better if the heroine had more mailce... It seems really unrealistic the agent wanted to scout her even though he doesn't even know if she can act... Also that director guy had an ellimination round based on how the actresses ate udon?? Also when she draws black hair it looks like she shortcuts by just leaving areas un-inked.
i usually dont read manga like this but it was cute altho the main female lead is annoying. she has some good points but her bad qualities always seem to over shadow her good points which arent shown that much. it would be good to see a manga with a strong female lead once and a while.
the manga is soooo good and addicitive. the heroine is actually smart and can stand up to herself, and i like that. but she still needs some work, i hope she turns out better in the end. i love the miki aihara art, and the plot is amazing. i cant wait to read the other chapters (:
the only problem with this, is that it may be predictable, and my predictions are becoming true.
its VERY similar to Hot Gimmick.
... Last updated on July 8th, 2008, 10:53pm
I like this manga a lot better than Skip Beat so far because Skip Beat was so much boring at the beginning. I only made it near the end of vol 1 of skip beat though. But Honey Hunt on the other hand is much more interesting at the beginning and I always look out for new chapters.
edit: I take back my word.. Skip Beat is better in term of the storyline. Honey Hunt is just plain boring and nothing exciting is going on.
... Last updated on March 27th, 2010, 8:16pm
ppl r really judging it ... i hate it when ppl compare one manga to another cuz no matter how similar they r the mangaka will always bring something different in the way they tell it ... i really like this manga ALOT and i personaly hope she doesn't hook up with Q-ta he's cute but i don't like the idea of likeing some1 for one reason then relising u actually do like them and arn't useing them like a toy any more ... im going for his brother !!!
I read this at first because it has some "showbiz" flavor in it but then, it becomes one of my top 5 manga. Not similar to skip beat at all because the heroines are really different. DO I mention two hot guys in this manga?
Q-ta better not be another Asuza
I did NOT enjoy Hot Gimmick. But I love this series?? ...so far anyway... -_-
I also love Q-ta... lot's! and I hope that Yura will end up choosing him. So he'd better not pull an Asuza on me. Because I really liked Asuza, until he revealed his true self... =| For once, can the girl to NOT choose the seemingly-bad-but-actually-kind-on-the-inside guy (Haruka in this case) and if she ends up with the manager... gah... I'd cry.
Not a Skip Beat rip off!
I thought the plot was similar too when I read the summary of this manga. But I was so wrong, and I came to like this one better than Skip Beat for a number of reasons. The main reason being is that it doesn't drag on like Skip Beat does. The romance is a lot better too, because on Skip Beat, everyone seems to be confuse of their feelings. But then again, I only read up to 80, so I don't know what happens later on in the story.
not a rip-off!
I really don't get why some people call this a Skip Beat rip-off. Sure, both the protagonists in the two mangas are labelled "plain" and "boring" initially and they enter showbiz for 'revenge'. But Yura does this to step out of her parents' shadow and assert her individuality, while the heroine from Skip Beat takes up the challenge from her boyfriend after getting slighted by him. And yeah, Skip Beat is more of a comedy whereas Honey Hunt takes a more serious and emotional tone. I like that Yura is gradually developing a more confident persona to adapt to the world of showbiz instead of making an instantaneous 360 degree switch, it makes her more human! The love triangle thing is predictable, but oh well, this is shoujo manga after all
I love this manga! Yuri is sooooooooooooo cute! It has lovely art and lots of romance.